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EPL Predictions, Live Stream and Odds 2020-21

Despite the threats of COVID- 19 still haunting the world, the Premier League has successfully stepped into its 29th season. The 2020-21 English Premier League will feature a total of 20 teams as usual and the newly promoted Fulham, Leeds United and West Bromwich Albion will have their fair share of the top flight campaign.

Due to pandemic situation, the extended 2019-20 season winded up last month with Liverpool winning their first league title since 1990. The Reds grabbed their first trophy of the Premier League era and it was their 19th overall Cup in history as the reigning Champions make a solid start in a fresh season.

According to UEFA regulations, from this Premier League season the teams to finish in the top 4 teams of the EPL table will qualify for the UEFA Champions League. Whilst the team finishing at the 5th spot will qualify for the upcoming UEFA Europa League 2020-21 and it will be a hard hustle for the teams to make it up there.

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How to Live Stream 2020-21 EPL?

Just like last year, Sky Sports and BT Sport hold the rights to broadcast the Premier League in UK once again this season, with Sky possessing the majority of the share.

In Canada, DAZN have become the sole rights holder to stream live Premier League matches this season and they cover every single match.

The official US broadcaster for the 2020-21 Premier League season is NBC and they cover every game between linear TV coverage.

In Australia, Optus Sports has signed a 3 year deal with the Premier League, therefore they now have exclusive rights to show all 380 fixtures of this season.

In India, Star Sports subscribers are entitled to watch yet another season of the Premier League live.

EPL Outright Odds

The outright odds for all the teams to win the EPL title this season is derived from the bet365.com site and mentioned below:

No.TeamOdds
1Man City1.00
2Man Utd151.00
3Leicester201.00
4Liverpool251.00
5Chelsea501.00
6West Ham751.00
7Everton1001.00
8Tottenham1501.00
9Aston Villa2001.00
10Arsenal2501.00
11Leeds4001.00
12Wolverhampton4001.00
13Brighton4501.00
14Burnley4501.00
15Crystal Palace4501.00
16Newcastle4501.00
17Southampton4501.00
Odds last updated on:04/03/21 04:40:15 GMT. Subjected to change

EPL Matches This Week

The following matches that are scheduled to take place this week are briefly explained with odds derived from the bet365.com site:

DateGameHome WinDrawAway Win
06 Mar 21 17:30Aston Villa vs Wolverhampton2.373.303.10Bet Now
06 Mar 21 20:00Brighton vs Leicester2.603.202.80Bet Now
06 Mar 21 12:30Burnley vs Arsenal5.504.001.61Bet Now
08 Mar 21 18:00Chelsea vs Everton1.554.006.50Bet Now
07 Mar 21 14:00Liverpool vs Fulham1.256.2511.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 16:30Man City vs Man Utd1.534.336.00Bet Now
06 Mar 21 15:00Sheff Utd vs Southampton3.503.502.10Bet Now
07 Mar 21 19:15Tottenham vs Crystal Palace1.454.507.00Bet Now
07 Mar 21 12:00West Brom vs Newcastle2.403.303.00Bet Now
08 Mar 21 20:00West Ham vs Leeds2.053.603.50Bet Now
13 Mar 21 12:30Leeds vs Chelsea4.753.801.70Bet Now
13 Mar 21 15:00Crystal Palace vs West Brom2.103.103.75Bet Now
13 Mar 21 20:00Fulham vs Man City9.506.001.25Bet Now
14 Mar 21 14:00Leicester vs Sheff Utd1.504.007.00Bet Now
14 Mar 21 19:15Man Utd vs West Ham1.723.804.50Bet Now
12 Mar 21 20:00Newcastle vs Aston Villa3.603.601.95Bet Now
14 Mar 21 12:00Southampton vs Brighton2.403.302.87Bet Now
13 Mar 21 17:30Everton vs Burnley1.903.304.20Bet Now
14 Mar 21 16:30Arsenal vs Tottenham2.373.502.80Bet Now
04 Mar 21 18:00Fulham vs Tottenham3.803.601.95Bet Now
04 Mar 21 18:00West Brom vs Everton4.003.601.85Bet Now
04 Mar 21 20:15Liverpool vs Chelsea2.153.603.25Bet Now
Odds last updated on:04/03/21 04:40:35 GMT. Subjected to change

Surprises and dull moments were mixed in the cocktail of Matchday 26. Far away from all these petty quarrels are the Cityzens flying in business class. The Gunners express a positive vibe with their recent conquer, the Red Devils and Blues contributed to a football lullaby last week, Tottenham got back to shape and the Reds might swing back shortly. A set of games pushed forward to accommodate various schedules in European football are stacked this mid-week.

Manchester City vs Wolves

Warming up for the Sunday derby, Manchester City face the Wolves at Etihad tomorrow, a game brought forward from Matchday 29. City’s centre-backs John Stones and Ruben Dias brought victory at Etihad 2-1 last weekend against West Ham. Starting the flow with a 4-3-3, Pep Guardiola painted the field with his men. Though City dominated in ball possession, the Hammers gave a tough time to the Citizens. Kevin De Bruyne is the pillar of City, he will do the routine in this early-week game. Gaining momentum in recent games, the Wolves will be satisfied with sharing the spoils. Ruben Neves has been given the ball for spot-kicks lately and he has done well. Daniel Podence is off the field due to muscle issues. Conceding goals is a serious problem for the Wolves, 33 goals have been scored against them so far. The Cityzens are building an empire, Wolves becoming a brick in that empire seems most likely.

Burnley vs Leicester

Disappointed by the Gunners 1-3 at home, Leicester travel to Turf Moor for battling Burnley, looking for a breath of fresh air. A growing list of injuries does no good for the Foxes, a depleted squad it looks like, James Maddison was the recent departure. Brendan Rodgers have no words to say, his side had been defeated in the European Arena 0-2 and then by the misfiring Gunners 1-3. All of this doesn’t add up as the Foxes are still in the Champions League race. Vardy Jamie has struggled to find the net in the absence of James Maddison and Harvey Barnes. Infamous for adding midfielders to their defensive wall, Burnley suffered their seventh defeat at Tottenham 0-4. The Foxes deprived Burnley of goals and handed them defeat 4-2 in their last meeting. Chris Wood found the opener in that game but he has picked up a thigh injury and will see this game from the dugout. Sean Dyche is helpless, the Foxes will ease past Burnley.

Crystal Palace vs Man Utd

Crystal Palace welcome Manchester United to Selhurst Park on Matchday 29 of England’s top flight. Toothless draws have become a regular theme in United’s games against the large clubs. The Red Devils left Thomas Tuchel unscathed despite him having his best squad in the dugout than in the field. Bruno Fernandes and McTominay were left to guard Chelsea’s pivots rather than creating chances. The Norwegian, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, celebrated his birthday last week. He shows no intention to fight, in juxtaposition to Sir Alex Ferguson and United’s philosophy. Apart from Bruno Fernandes, it is Wan-Bissaka who provides hope for his side. Safe from relegation, Crystal Palace are free to poke their noses into the high-profile affairs. Players have stepped up to score lately, in the absence of Wilfried Zaha, the Ivorian has pocketed nine goals out of the 19 games he appeared. Probably in the last year of his coaching career, Roy Hodgson could show some ambition hereafter. All said the travellers are the outright favourites to win this fixture.

Liverpool vs Chelsea

In a much-anticipated affair, Liverpool host Chelsea at Anfield on Thursday. Jurgen Klopp was frustrated with the losses, in the face of field dominance, just a week ago. After going through a bad run, the Reds looked their part agin Sheffield United 0-2. Roberto Firmino was brilliant as always, 20-year-old Curtis Jones found the net. True, injuries hurt the Reds but it is no reason for maintaining an engine room with meagre resources. A backup system hasn’t been in Klopp’s plan for a long time. Thomas Tuchel is a stark contrast to the Liverpool gaffer, he has been pragmatic and unforgiving in his approaches at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea, as a result, are vying for the Champions League spot, a point behind West Ham. Mason Mount has earned a place in the squad, all the Chelsea academy graduates were offered opportunities by the German. Unfortunately, Callum Hudson-Odoi sat in the dugout with an ice-bag in his thigh, his injury does affect Chelsea’s attacking prowess. The Chelsea forwards have pocketed 15 goals among them so far. Both the clubs are up against the wall. However, the Reds can stop the Blues if it's their night.

Fulham vs Tottenham

Unbeaten in their past five games, relegation battling Fulham host Tottenham at Craven Cottage, this Matchday 33 game is brought forward given the Tottenham’s Carabao Cup finals with City. Smashing all the doubts, Gareth Bale exploded in the second minute against Burnley 4-0, Son made a pass to Bale which seemed unimaginable. The return of Sergio Reguilon provides the forwards with the confidence to move forward. Kane, Son and Bale can be a terrifying force. Gasping for a bottom- half finish, Fulham are doing well in the past few weeks. Scott Parker's men are confident about facing the top-six in the coming days. The Cottagers lack a dedicated striker but they have the potential to pull off an upset. The Spurs won't allow it though, Mourinho will destroy the hosts.

 

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